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Chris Pearse

A real life analogue of 'never leaving the ground at all' might be the Bumble Bee which, according to recent analysis, really wouldn't leave the ground without generating turbulence as it flaps its wings. I suspect there are a host of other analogues that require the breakdown of linearity to work.


I'm guessing that "picking a row" means debate?

James Cherkoff

Thanks Ned, when does a debate become a row?


Hey, nice flying metaphors: "turbulence ... never leaving the ground .. an easy breeze .. a short trip... keep your eye on the horizon. It made me want to go on holiday!

James Cherkoff

Thanks Kevin, my interest in turbulence is explained here: http://tinyurl.com/2et8tl

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